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. and more than 50,000 free drop-off locations across north america make it easy and convenient, we all enjoy the freedom that mobile technology gives us. let's accept the responsibility to pass that freedom on. find out how you can answer the call to recycle. visit call2recycle.org. wine country is known for its white tablecloth, fine dining establishment s. but not every meal can be an all out splurge. we set off to uncover a few bargain bites and found the real deals where the locals dine. napa valley's got its fair share of acclaimed and pricey restaurants, but you can also get great food for every meal of the day... without spending a fortune. for breakfast, locals swear by "abc" -- alexis baking company. the café lattes are phenomenal, and they come in this huge bowl with foam on top, and it's just delicious. i love abc actually, i come here for coffee every morning and for breakfast for sure on the weekends. breakfast at abc will set you back around six to eleven dollars. on the day we're visiting, they're serving egg sandwiches on fresh baked potato buns, oatmeal topped with brown su
america. steve markle is with "oars" -- the outdoor adventure river specialists. they're the guides for this trip. layers of clothing are good. the fit is great, but i care more about the water. of course, a "wine on the river" trip requires, well, wine. that's where scott klann from twisted oak winery comes in. i brought some barrel samples. we're going to have some fun tonight we're going to do what is called a blending seminar so i had to bring some barrel samples in order to do that. but first... we are all ready to get wet. we're going to go through some great rapids. they've gotta get down the river. these are "class four" rapids. that's four out of a possible six in difficulty. now, most adults can run class four rapids with a guide, but still, this is no walk in the park. it doesn't take long for the mighty tuolumne to flip a boat -- sending a handful of rafters, including scott the winemaker, into the drink. the boat turned over. it went up and it flipped. is the wine still attached to the boat? the wine was not in our boat. the barrel samples i knew were ok too because the
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